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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, July 197S THI IITHMIDOI MMAIO If Kamloops had trouble finding handle on ball Lakers alive in Lacombe tourney LACOMBE, Alto. Stu Henderson's two-run homer with two out in the top oftbe ninth 'inning gave Edmonton a 44 win Wednesday over Saskatoon Commodores in the of four opening day u the Mth annual Lione tournament. Croft allowed Red Beer only six hits, three In the ninth ng when they scored lone run, in defeating the Generals. Fred CardweU was touched or 11 hits in taking the feet, including a home run by Dave The win qualified ther Tigers, along with toree other teams, for the semMinala of the eight- team tournament. In earlier games, Calgary Jimmies defeated Swift Cur- rent Indians M, Lethbridge Lakers topped Kamkope Oko- nota 7-5 and HnderHey Klin- pen edged Bed Deer Generals 34. A loser Not everyone con win, but all can take part. The Southern opened in Raymond Wednesday and while this young lady ague and had retired the first 'our batters be faced before >eing struck by a' line drive off the bat of Billy Williams of Chi- cago Cubs in the second inning. McNAB SIGNS BUFFALO (AP) Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League announced Wednesday It nearly took a whole season to do it, but it finally happened to the Lethbridge Miners Wed- nesday night. The league leading Miners suffered their first loss of the 1973 Southern Alberta Major Men's Fastball League season by dropping a fl-3 decision to the Lethbridge York Farm Gen- erals. The hard fought victory wasn't only the Generals sec- ond straight win after stop- ping a four-game losing streak, but the first tune they have fle- "Cycle for Fun" THIS WBK'S SPECIAL BENNY 10 SPEED C n t r pull brakes, alloy crank, safely lev- Man. flanat front, chain guard, kick and padded Mat. ONLY NOW SAVE UP TO ON BRI9ITTI ITALIAN 5, 10, 15 SPEEDS Reg. to CCM Concord and ladW 10 SPEED SAVE 4 Oilers dumped Dacan Drifters 13-1. Jim Frascr bested Joe Gaz- rick on the mound. of three errors by the British Columbia squad, gav the Lakers and pitcher Paul Sullivan a 7-3 lead. Kamloops John Haar hit a two run in the seventh inning to narrow the gap. Kindersley righthander Dave Bobb, who also drove in an- other Kindersley run with a single. Robb bad three hits in all. Meanwhile the Moose Jaw Devons, who are the current leaders in the Southern Saskat- chewan Baseball League, have completed the lift of entriw for the Calgary Major Baseball Tournament slated for this weekend. The Devons will now Join the defending champion Calgary Sport of all sorts that right winger Peter McNab of Denver University has agreed to sign a multi-year contract. The terms were not disclosed. McNab, 21, is a son of form- er Max McNab, now general manager and vice- president of San Diego Gulls of the Western Hockey League. The younger McNab was the Sabres' sixth-round draft choice in the 1973 NHL draft of over- age amateurs. JOINS PRO SKI TOUR NEW YORK (AP) Karl Schranz, Austria's former world champion skier, announced Wednesday that he would Join the United States pro ski com- petition in November and re- Race results EDMONTON (CP) Race results Wednesday Northlands Park: FIRST claiming, 2-year-olds, 3 fur- E9te'rnity Belli (Kipling) 16.10 6.80; Lucky Round (Morris) 7.10 5.M; Bookstore Ed (Stadnyk) 7.00. Time: 15. Oonlta, Risk N Hope, Second She- ba, Al Blanco, also ran. Track Scratch: Windy Trip. SECOND claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- IOTTger Tim {Shields) 1WO 5.30 4.W; Mr. Whycone (Whiffle) 6.20 5.26; Silk Bobbin (Rycroft) 3.70. Time: 45. Tidy Force Ragtime Robert, Aprils Best, Miss Starapeed, Bobbins Ranger, also fan. DAILY DOUBLI: ttM.60. THIRD claiming, J-year-olds, 7 fur- longs: Ruby Petite (Inda) 5.30 3.M Torlna (Parsons) 12.10 3JO; Irish So- defy (Gold) 2.90. Time: 3-5. Stromtree, Kistoper, Shelly M also ran. Track Scratches: Painted Indian, Brass Host. QUINILLA: FOURTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, IV. miles: Sunwapta- (Rasmussen' S.90 5JO 4.20; In Again Flnneghi (Walton) 12.10 6.40; LoMta's Hope (Kipling) 5.70. Time: MaggW Sez, Hewinsum, Conita, War Bridle, Dikes Princess, also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-16 miles: Elks tourney The annual Elks golf tourna- ment, postponed from earlier in July, win be staged, tills et the Henderson weekend Lake Golf Cub. Action gets under way at. 10 a.m. Saturday rooming. An- other IS boles win be1 run off Sunday with. a horse race to follow at Saturday's draw is as follows: a.m. Hal Brown, Howard Fleming, Herb. Christie, Ren Bru- ehet. Earl Ingarftetd, Lloyd Kane- wischer. Earl Francis, Alex Murrell. Harley Terry, Steve Tomit, Srlckaen, Stan Bracka. Lloyd Currie, Murray Mills, Morris Sosick, Fred Kallcwn. 10 heff, Menr. Vetker, Gower Kennedy, Unto Srl orris So, Dan Kjeidgaard, Fred Mel- ff, Al. Kenwood, Logan Tatt. Thomseen, nedy, Dale Adam Town- Oliver Hat Arnold Pel- berg, Herry Krahn, Henry Gretzinger. Vince Toth, Ted Berlande, Roy Andersen, Pat O'Connor. Art Jack Hiwortt) Dortetftl, Ed. i. Hank Kttler. Bastedo, Frosty Balderson, Gay Fleming, Mag. Nelson, floyd Teenier. Moadhouse, Robert McNab, Abe Neudorf, Bush Williams. Ken Wolosyn, Bob Babkl, Wayne Coates, Ralph Guizlt. Cliff Forry, CouttS, John PasKUSki, Cliff Irvine. Gerry Probe, Doug. Dunlop, Sonny Slavlch, Wilf Ferry. Len Pisko, Lyle Davis, Wait Kirkman, Howie Yanotfk. Tom Fukami, Joe Chervenka, Jim Nakagama, Bill Morgan. Bill Taylor, Nick LisHika, Fern Bouchard, Harvey Hill. Murray Burr, Mtrrlck, Roy Griffith, Dave Berntsen. p.m. Gao. Arsene, Gerry Offer, Ken Mobtson, Bill Varzarl. Tony May Andrews, Vern Baker, Ralph Vath, Bob Anderson, Sea- man. Bobenee, Jack Cox. Doug. Mil Ram. dale. Cliff Loutheed. Richard Watttr, Roaa Walk- er. Sandy Poeha. My Meteor (1-0) and Gul- lett; Rucobo (0-1) and Van Hagen. HR: Plan To Attend HENDERSON lAKi GOIF CLUB'S DINE AND DANCE SURF 'N' TURF NIGHT FRIDAY, JULY 27-6 P.M. RESERVATIONS W TO FRIDAY 3 P.M. MEMBERS AND GUESTS BUYS IN TOWN! 1968 FORD Fairlane 2-door hardtop 1967 Ford TON V8, 4 speed 1963 Chev ten 1967 Ford !4 TON V8, 4 speed 1968 IHC ten 1970 Ford TORINO 2-dV. hardtop 1966 Chev 4-dr. 1968 Ford K TON Real good unit SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES 321 13th St. N. Phww 328-9444 JOINS VIKINGS MANKATO. Mtae. (AP) Minnesota Vikings traded a 1974 draft choice Wednes- day to Oakland Raiders b-dcker Greg 'Sough, a third yew veteran. When in Rome, __asthe. Romans do. t Eniov Canadian dub. Canadian Ctub. IMHt OT HHt iMnra, MM WTO, VtoiSS. VUlffl i fty Wiwi WHtor a Sow h ;